This article shares what some of the judges have had to say about the “birther” lawsuits.
Unlike in Alice in Wonderland, simply saying something is so does not make it so….
She has presented no credible evidence and has made no reliable factual allegations to support her unsubstantiated, conclusory allegations and conjecture that President Obama is ineligible to serve as President of the United States. Instead, she uses her Complaint as a platform for spouting political rhetoric…
After conducting a hearing on Plaintiff’s motion, the Court finds that Plaintiff’s claims are frivolous.
Federal judge Clay D. Land in Rhodes v. MacDonald.
Plaintiff’s complaint, at its core, is but another attempt to embroil a United States District Court in an ongoing controversy over whether Barack Obama is a native-born citizen of the United States of America…. As in Hollister, “[t]he right thing to do is to bring [this case] to an early end.”
Federal Judge Richard Lazarra in Cook v. Simtech.
Lawyers who come to court to present grievances, however, are held to a higher standard than disadvantaged or unrepresented persons. For lawyers, there are rules…. John D. Hemenway is hereby reprimanded for his part in the preparation, prosecution and filing of a legally frivolous suit in this court.
Federal Judge James Robertson in Hollister v. Soetoro.
More to come, as opinions become available.